Tax reform will change how Americans save for retirement, but lowering a tax deduction for 401(k) savings would be a fiscal and political misstep.
Expanding a retirement program that's not fiscally solvent is no way to treat the young.
If the program is so good, shouldn't government workers be included, too?
As it stands, convicted child pornographers in the Bay State can still retire on the state's dime.
A federal judge approved Stockton's bankruptcy exit plan which punts on pension debt. But other cities are free to tackle the problem, and they must.
President Obama proposes a federally managed retirement program.
82 percent over 50 expect to keep working
Financial crisis not helping
Which might slow the economy
A legislative push may create a 401(k)-style program instead
There's hope for America's worst generation
Opponents worry it will be used to prop up ailing state employees' programs
Can't pay retiree benefits
Blame laid on actually having to fund retiree benefits in advance rather than hiding them.
28 percent of the over-50 workers expect to have to keep earning a paycheck forever.